CISCRP Study Reveals New Insights into Improving Global Public and Patient Engagement in Clinical Research

Annick Anderson, Director of Research Services at CISCRP, “We’re now preparing and publishing reports and manuscripts to share the findings broadly to encourage discussion of their implications.”

The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP), an independent nonprofit organization, today announced the release of the results of the 2017 Perceptions and Insights Study. The study ― one of the largest ever conducted ― gathered responses from nearly 12,500 people worldwide on topics including general attitudes and perceptions about clinical research; experiences before, during and after clinical trial participation; and perspectives on new…

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